Jimmy Kimmel’s Update on the Anti-Vaccination Discussion

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Last week on the show we got a group of real doctors together to do a public service announcement urging parents to vaccinate their kids. While a lot of people enjoyed it – it also made a small group of people unbelievably angry. Jimmy believes strongly in vaccination – but in the interest of fairness, we gave our community activist team Jack and Becky some air time to express their anti-vaccination views.

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Update on the Anti-Vaccination Discussion
http://youtu.be/i2mdwmpLYLY

Comments

Sam Lev says:

Out of the mouths of babes

Muhammad Raiyan says:

Omg i hate anti vaxxers

prallund feucht says:

vaccination craze is one thing, THE ONGOING OFFICIAL LIES ABOUT THE 911 FALSE FLAG A WHOLE DIFFERENT TOPIC, plz teach us how the smaller part of a building can completely crush the larger (2-3 times the mass) part…. where in physics is that possible. why again are we in afghanistan and iraq and where was isis before we went there?

charles Receski says:

Vaccines protect children from measles, whooping cough, yellow fever, mumps, and other diseases that scythed through entire populations in the past eras

Stephen Wonder says:

Herding the masses to believe they need vaccines. This is just money in the pocket of the pharmaceutical companies.

Stephen Wonder says:

But if your kids are vaccinated they are immune to the disease right? So why worry about the un-vaccinated?

Mehdi Taba says:

There is no "if" for you. You are an idiot.

Cxcoa Moon says:

Lol, 3:44 That women was like. “These peeps are craaaaazy.”

Allie Girl says:

I wonder if Jimmy’s wife was vaccinated when she was pregnant with their son?

Rada Malkovic says:

Watch Ty Bollinger series to get the truth

Alicia Green says:

I hope all these morons (that aren't in an iron lung, never got measles, etc) get chewed out by their parents that almost certainly vaccinated them and as children might have been at risk for those diseases.

PATRICK COY says:

I GUESS THAT THIS IDIOT HAS NOT FIGURED OUT THAT THE REASON
THAT THERE IS AUTISM IN HIS FAMILY IS FROM VACCINES.

SplitFinn says:

Anti-Vaxxers claim that the MMR vaccine causes Autism… okay then, can the same people answer me this?

If the MMR vaccine is indeed the cause of Autism then…
1. How do you account for the clinically recorded cases of Autism dating all the way back to 1943, before the MMR vaccine was available?
2. How do you account for Autism being prevalent in nations where the MMR vaccine is either not readily available or is given in different forms to what it is in the US and Europe?
3. How do you account for males having a far higher ratio of Autism to females (5:1) if the MMR vaccine is given to both?
4. Autism's symptoms typically manifest around the same age that the MMR vaccine is given to children. Is it improper to consider that this is not a case of causality but rather of nature?
5. How do you account for incidences of siblings, assuming all of whom receive the MMR vaccine, not exhibiting Autism in a uniform manner? How does one child in a family have Autism while other children in the same family do not despite all having the MMR vaccine?

The answer, in my eyes, is that Autism is not caused by external, environmental or invasive means but is rather causes by genetics.

FishOn Outdoors says:

its the MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) vaccine that is at issue

FishOn Outdoors says:

Doctors are not dishonest, they are lied to, just like everyone else.  No one is lying but the major pharma. and the CDC.  Please just look into it people.

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